kagato23 wrote:Your contradicting yourself a few times here. Is Caesar doing this openly, or is he doing a whispering campaign?
As I said, and as the strip shows, Caesar did both. There is no contradiction there, except that they you manufactured over the word "whispering". If your point hinges upon the specific definition of a single word, then I say that it all depends upon what the definition of the word "is" is.
kagato23 wrote:If you let "the idiot" have his way but fire him, why did you fire him? He was right or he was wrong. It's more complicated then that, certainly.
Your last sentence sums it up. You get rid of the disruptive influence, while allowing the "group" decision to stand. It is complicated, but I explained it before, just go re-read until you understand better.
kagato23 wrote:You fire the guy that you just acquiesced to, you are saying he was right but you didn't want to hear it.
You're not saying he was right. You're saying in one act "Caesar GTFO and never pester me again" and also "The rest of you get this win, this time. Next time, perhaps you'll remember what happened to Caesar."
kagato23 wrote:But I think this is crystal clear: Caesar has Duty in abundance.
And if you believe that tearing down the respect for Don of the entire leadership cadre is fulfilling his duty, then we'll just have to disagree.
kagato23 wrote:He's acting on his own initiative repeatedly for the sake of his side.
Caesar is acting because he appears to be incapable of anything other than a direct line of thought.